Apevia X-Supra Mid Tower Case
Author: Frank Stroupe
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 02-12-2008
Provided by: Apevia
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Introduction

Last month, I reviewed the Apevia X-Telstar, a budget-priced pre-modded mid tower. Today, I will be reviewing the Apevia X-Supra, a similar case, but with some distinct differences from the X-Telstar.

Apevia has a lot of cases. A quick look at a popular online retailer shows 127 listings at the time of this writing. Most of these are economy-priced premodded mid-towers, in many different colors, some with a power supply, some without. This will be the fourth Apevia/Aspire case I have owned. For someone wanting a decent lower-priced premodded case, you can't go wrong with one from Apevia.


The X-Supra comes in this attractive box, well protected with layered foam ends. The box has pretty much any information you'd want to know about the case.

Specifications:

Model No. - X-SUPRAG-BL
Material - Metal
Color Green/Black
Main Board - Standard ATX / Baby AT / Micro ATX
Window - Yes
Power Supply - N/A
Drive Space - 5x5.25" / 2x3.5" / 3x3.5" (hidden)
Motherboard Size - up to 11" x 12"
Expansion Slots 7
Top Panel Switch - Power / Reset
Top - 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x Firewire, 2 x HD audio
Cooling Fan Space
Up to 3 x case fans:
1 x 120mm fan - front (optional)
1 x 120mm UV blue LED fan - side window (included)
1 x 120mm fan - rear (included)
Shipping Weight 21 lbs
Dimensions(DxWxH) 20" x 7.75" x 16.75"
Cu'ft - 2.64'

Features:

Easy installation-tool free design
Large see-through side window panel
Great airflow: 1 x 120mm LED fan at side panel, 1 x 120mm at rear
Additional cooling:1 x 120mm fan at front(optional)
Front USB2.0, Firewire and HD audio ports
Top fan speed controller
10 x drive bays and 7 expansion slots
Main Board: Standard ATX, Micro ATX, Baby AT
Easy removable side panel w/ thumb screws
Roomy w/ folded edges for safe easy assembly


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